Trogir


Trogir Marina

Trogir has been a major port town for centuries – even the Romans bought ships in and out of this bay – so it is not surprising that there are numerous marina’s in the area. 

The ACI Marina (175 berths) across the water from the UNESCO world heritage old town is the better established – and is the only one offering refuelling facilities – but further out from the town, the bigger Baotic marina (400 berths) is more modern and includes a swimming pool and very elegant bar/restaurant amongst its facilities.  Both offer wifi and the usual in-marina facilities, and both are within walking distance to historic old town

Trogir

Trogir has been a major port town for centuries – even the Romans bought ships in and out of this bay – so it is not surprising that there are numerous marina’s in the area.

The ACI Marina (175 berths) across the water from the UNESCO world heritage old town is the better established – and is the only one offering refuelling facilities – but further down the coast the brand new SCT Marina Trogir (400 berths) only opened in 2014 and offers top-drawer facilities, including berths for super-yachts.  Both offer wifi and the usual in-marina facilities, and both are within walking distance to historic old town.

Things to see and do

The whole of the old town, with its narrow medieval pedestrianised streets lined with shops selling trinkets and ice-creams, was designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1997, and is well worth an hour or so of wandering – particularly during the summer, when the temperatures can be stifling on deck.  
Those interested in sun bathing or beach sports should head to Komorac or ‘Mosquito’ beach, where a forest-backed beach would make you feel like you are out in the wilderness, were it not for the scores of other holiday makers.  It is, nonetheless, an outstanding place to relax.

Local Events / Festivals

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Where to Sail

From Trogir, sailors are blessed in being able to travel in virtually any direction and to stumble across areas of insane beauty or cultural interest.  From hilltop fortresses in the party capital of Hvar, to secluded bays with crystal clear waters and brightly coloured fish, everything your eyes see will put a smile on your face. 

If you have time, the famous Blue cave – where the cave is lit by an ethereal blue light – is well worth a visit, and my favourite bay to anchor up in is on the south of Palmezana island, where you can drop the anchor near five restaurants exclusively for sailors, and enjoy cocktails and a buzzing nightlife well into the night!

Your Recommended Journeys

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Marina Details

ACI Marina

Website: www.aci-marinas.com/aci_marina/aci-trogir/
Address: ACI Trogir, Put Cumbrijana 22, 21220 Trogir, Croatia
Long / Latitude: N 43° 31' E 16° 14'
Telephone: 0038 52188 1544
Fax: 0038 52188 1258
Email: m.trogir@aci-club.hr
VHF: Channel 17
   
Walk-ashore berths: 174
Rates:  
   
Facilities:

Bottled gas, Cashpoint, Electrical supply, Diving School, First aid, Fitness centre, Fresh water, Fuel: Diesel, Fuel: Petrol, Internet café, Laundry facilities, Parking, Pub / Restaurant, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Toilets, Telephone, Trolleys, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

SCT Marina

Website: www.marinatrogir.com
Address: Marina Trogir, Put brodograditelja 16, 21220 Trogir, Croatia
Long / Latitude: N 43° 30' E 16° 14'
Telephone: 0038 52144 4600
Fax: 0038 52144 4601
Email: marina@sct.hr
VHF: Channel 17
   
Walk-ashore berths: 400
Rates:  
   
Facilities:

Bottled gas, Electrical supply, First aid, Fitness centre, Fresh water, Laundry facilities, Parking, Pub / Restaurant, Scooter-rental, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Toilets, Telephone, Trolleys, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

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We do our best to keep this information as up-to-date and accurate as possible, but obviously we can’t be everywhere at once.  If you are aware that any information on this page is incorrect, please let us know by emailing marina@plainsailing.com.

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Trogir is just a matter of minutes from the Split International Airport, so you can either get the regular airport bus to Trogir centre (wait at the roadside for a number 37 bus, and it’s about a 10 minute walk to both marinas), or we can arrange a direct transfer so that a taxi will be waiting for you at the airport and can take you straight to the marina to start the holiday in style – though it is only a short journey, so it isn’t that expensive.

Trogir is also easily accessible by public transport from Split City Centre.

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